WASHINGTON — Federal regulators are aiming to finalize a rule in early September that would establish a tough new liquidity requirement for banks, according to multiple sources with knowledge of the situation.

The agencies first proposed the plan last October, but have faced intense criticism from the industry related to some of its provisions, including what instruments count as the best forms of liquidity.

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